Haaretz: September 4, 2017 After years of lacking basic infrastructure, the village of Dhaher al-Malah, located in Area C, was finally connected to electricity as the result of a petition filed by Bimkom to the High Court of Justice on behalf of the villagers. Read the article here.
The Jerusalem Post: June 22, 2017 Qalqilya has been affected by increasing urban density, as it is exceedingly difficult for Palestinians to build in sections of the city in Area C, and insufficient land to allow for future growth was placed within the portions of the city under PA control in the Oslo Accords Read … read more
Haaretz: December 27, 2016 Data released to the public in accordance with a request filed by Bimkom shows that between 2014 and 2016 the Civil Administration approved 53 applications for building permits, while demolishing 983 buildings over the same period. Read the article here.
Haaretz: April 11, 2016 Despite well-documented adverse affects reported on by Bimkom of the proposed plan to relocate the Abu Nuwar community to Al-Jabal, on the outskirts of Al-Azaria, government officials continue to argue that the plan represents a positive development for the current residents of Abu Nawar. Read the article here.
The village of of Jubbet Adh-Dhib finally has electricity again after the Civil Administration returned solar panels in response to a petition supported by Bimkom.
Access to Natural Resources: A necessity for the existence of the herding communities in Area C Herding communities in Area C are communities whose economic survival, and to a large extent their social and cultural survival, depend on access to water and grazing lands, the basic natural resources needed for their existence. Since these natural … read more
The Independent: December 10 2012 Sari Kronish, an architect at Bimkom, a group that raises human rights issues in planning procedures in Jerusalem, says the environmental arguments in favour of a landfill and park disguise a policy in which parks are being used to close off development opportunities for Palestinians in East Jerusalem. Read the … read more